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Yamaha RX-V1000

Audio Video Receiver

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Yamaha RX-V1000


Tuning range: FM, MW

Power output: 100 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)

Surround output: 100W (front), 100W (center), 100W (rear)

Frequency response: 10Hz to 100kHz

Total harmonic distortion: 0.04%

Damping factor: 80

Input sensitivity: 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line)

Signal to noise ratio: 86dB (MM), 98dB (line)

Output: 150mV (line), 2.6V (Pre out)

Speaker load impedance: 4Ω (minimum)

Digital inputs: coaxial, optical

Video Connections: component, composite, SVHS

Dimensions: 435 x 171 x 432mm

Weight: 15kg

Accessories: remote control



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re: RX-V1000

Would love to hear from anyone who can help me set up this Yamaha RX V1000 receiver,so it will get lots of channels it barely gets any,i have tried everything that i can remember from back in the day,what am i doing wrong?I t seems like what ever i do it will not get stations and it works fantastic,Thanks so much,Timothy.

re: RX-V1000

You can try an outside antenna, but the truth is that unfortunately the radio sections of these type receivers are an after thought. If FM reception is important to you, I recommend getting a stand alone tuner. It will do a much better job of pulling in stations. Most of the tuners sold in the '70's and '80s were excellent. If you are having trouble deciding, there is a lot of great information on the FM Tuner Info web site: http://www.fmtunerinfo.com/index.html


re: RX-V1000

This Yamaha needs a 75ohm antenna and I have found using one of the old fm antennas that plug into the wall and hook up through the coaxial input seems to work the best. Hope this helps but I’m sure you have figured it out by now lol

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